TOLEDO, OH. (THECOUNT) — Paulette Jackson, of Toledo, Ohio, has been identified as the pedestrian fatally struck by a vehicle Saturday night in Toledo, according to reports.
Jackson, 56, died while on-foot after being struck by a vehicle before 7:39 p.m. Saturday, according to investigators.
Toledo Police say a man driving a 2006 Jeep was headed outbound on the Anthony Wayne Trail when he struck a woman who was standing near the crosswalk at City Park. According to investigators, the driver could not avoid the woman and hit her with the front end of his vehicle, reports ABC13.
Jackson was transported to an area hospital where she was later pronounced dead of blunt force trauma.
The driver remained at the scene. No one was cited in the deadly incident.
Geo quick facts: Toledo is an Ohio city at the western tip of Lake Erie. It’s home to the Toledo Museum of Art, with its vast collection of modern and Renaissance work. Reflecting the city’s legacy of glass production, the museum’s Glass Pavilion showcases thousands of glass works. By the Maumee River, the Imagination Station is a children’s science museum with hands-on exhibits. The Toledo Zoo has polar bears, rides and an aquarium – wikipedia.